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SPLC on the warpath. The truth on foreign aid. Getting bluegrass in the black. Making Americans. An Oscar for humanitarianism.

Nonprofit Spotlight: Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program

Boosting students to university and beyond

Interview with Paul Haaga

The Republican investor on running NPR for $1, how to be an effective board member, and his very own dinosaur.

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Bad Donors, Good Results

Human kindness and charitable success aren’t necessarily linked. That’s one of the paradoxes of philanthropy.

Rethinking Disability

Donors launch an experiment that could spark seminal social reform

Business, Love, and Service

Three human impulses led to history’s number-one charitable donation

Preservation and Prosperity

What could property rights do for Indian reservations?

Some People Love to Call Names

The Southern Poverty Law Center's extremist list isn't a Consumer Reports guide. It's a political tool. A sneak peak from the upcoming Spring issue of Philanthropy magazine. 

We Welcome a New Chairman

Donn Weinberg, the executive vice president and a trustee of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, has been elected as chairman of The Philanthropy Roundtable.

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Glittering glass out of the ashes. Unions block charters. Life-and-death nonprofit work. Crowdsourcing art.